Island hopping in the Finnish archipelago
Island hopping during the colder seasons creates memories for a lifetime. After August, the air becomes crisper, and the seawater becomes colder and therefore clearer. Autumn, winter, and spring in the Finnish archipelago offer the island hopper constantly changing and dramatic weather and light phenomena. Instead of gentle summer winds, you can, if you're lucky, experience unforgettable autumn, winter, and spring storms with the islanders. Nature's spectacle is a constant source of wonder. Seals, eagles, and birds are not uncommon during the quieter months of the year. And the fall migration or the arrival and nesting activities of birds in the spring are annual recurring phenomena that fascinate.